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Hall County crews worked throughout the night to keep roads clear during the latest winter weather event, resulting in a relatively uneventful 24 hours for public safety personnel.
"Road crews have been out all night and continue to remain in the field to address areas of icing and fallen trees in the right of way," Hall County Administrator Randy Knighton said. "The crews will continue to work to address icing issues on roads as temperatures remain near or below freezing."
Officials warn that some secondary roads still have areas of ice, so motorists should use caution.
Knighton said the Hall County 911 Center remained fairly quiet through the night Friday and into Saturday morning.
"It appears that we fared well with this latest winter weather event," he said.
As always, anyone wishing to report ice on the roadway or other non-emergency weather issue is urged to call Hall County Dispatch at 770-536-8812.